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Global markets weakened Monday as investors took a cautious stance on stocks amid escalating tensions between Washington and Riyadh over the death of a prominent Saudi journalist in Turkey last week as well as renewed concerns for trade disputes between the U.S. and its major economic partners.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rebounded to close higher Friday, capping a volatile week that saw the index lose 4% overall.
U.S. Stocks are set for their biggest gains in more than six months Friday, as investors return to an equity market that has suffered its biggest two-day decline since February, ahead of key third quarter reports from the banking sector that would set the tone for a corporate earnings season that will define the market's strength heading into the final months of the year.
U.S. stocks extended declines Thursday, with the Dow briefly approaching an 800-point slide, as investors continue to test the resiliency of risk markets amid the biggest global sell-off since February.
Energy stocks are leading U.S. markets lower Thursday after a bigger-than-expected rise in domestic crude inventories, which is extending declines for global crude prices amid persistent concerns over the health of the world economy.
White House Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow defended Donald Trump's criticism of the Federal Reserve Thursday, just hours after the President called the central bank "crazy" for signalling faster interest rate hikes in a booming U.S. economy.
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